I believe grammar is causing us to disagree.
Correct me if I’m wrong but I believe you read the blue box as “Any type of pressure specification listed by the manufacturer may be used to satisfy the above. Three examples of which are ‘working’, ‘operating’, and ‘maximum’.”
I read it as “Any pressure specification listed by the manufacturer which is similar to (but not necessarily exactly the same as) ‘working’, ‘operating’, or ‘maximum’ is sufficient to satisfy the above”.
The reason is that I read it the second way is because there are types of pressure ratings that I don’t believe are sufficient to satisfy “In order to maintain safety, the rules in this section (10.9: Pneumatic systems) apply at all times while at the event, not just while the ROBOT is on the FIELD for MATCHES.”
For instance, if a team put a pressure tank with a burst pressure rating of 125 PSI onto their robot before the regulator I would not willingly stand next to them in queue or let my students do so, let alone expect them to be passed by a inspector. I also do not believe that “Intermittent” is sufficiently similar to ‘working’, ‘operating’, or ‘maximum’ (all of which I would classify as “continuous” and “Indefinite” [within the normal lifespan of the device] criteria) to be allowed under my reading.
There is no way to be certain which the GDC meant without a QA response, but I know which set of parts I’ll be allowing on my student’s robots.